Nothing completes a trip, big or small, like a few new experiences!
Check city apps or area websites to find out what’s new and what events are happening during your stay.
The other major Northumberland Strait crossing, Wood Islands Ferry from Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island to Caribou, Nova Scotia, currently when leaving Prince Edward Island.
Other ferry fares include .00 per adult pedestrian, .00 per motorcycle, and .00 per bicycle.
The toll rates as of January 2018 are .00 for a two-axle automobile and .00 for each additional axle. While pedestrians and cyclists are not permitted to cross the bridge, a shuttle service is available.
Before 2006, the shuttle was free and since January 1, 2015, the service has charged .25 per pedestrian or .75 per cyclist when leaving Prince Edward Island.
Travellers, whether entering the island by bridge and leaving by ferry or vice versa only pay for leaving the island.
With images that include A is for Acadian; B is for Blue Jay; C is for Confederation; D is for Old Donald, E is for Exploring a Tidal Pool, F is for Farmers and Fishers; H is Harness Racing; J is Jams and Jellies; K is for Kindred Spirits.; and L is Lighthouse, this Prince Edward Island ABC will to appeal to both children and adults.
We’ll still work to get you the best rates out there.
Set aside time to plan what you want to see, taste and discover.
Prices usually jump the weekends before and after popular holidays, so we recommend steering clear of them.
Or consider visiting during the off-season, when prices are generally lower. There might be a huge conference or festival in town. Of course, if that’s why you’re going, you’ll have to bite the bullet.